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355 out of 440 COVID-19 patients in Taiwan fully recovered with 6 straight days of "ZERO" cases


According to statistics of Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Taiwan now discharged a total of 340 patients diagnosed with coronavirus or COVID-19 from hospitals in Taiwan after recovering and testing negative with the virus.


The rest continue to be closely monitored by the centralized quarantine office, regarding the gathering of the Dunmu Fleet (Panshi), 1,995 contacts have been mastered so far, of which 584 are at home isolation, 482 have been inspected and 478 are negative, and the rest are under inspection.

Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Friday (May 1) announced no new confirmed COVID-19 cases for the sixth time.

The city care center, and follow the instructions to seek medical treatment, do not take public transportation; when visiting the doctor, be sure to inform the doctor about travel history, occupation, contact history and whether it is clustered (TOCC) for timely diagnosis and notification.

The city care center, and follow the instructions to seek medical treatment, do not take public transportation; when visiting the doctor, be sure to inform the doctor about travel history, occupation, contact history and whether it is clustered (TOCC) for timely diagnosis and notification.
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